After a slow beginning, Ford v Ferrari turns into a competent sports drama.
Werner Herzog’s latest is a peculiar dance between reality and fiction.
Buffaloed will not revolutionize comedy or crime, but it’s plenty entertaining and doesn’t overstay its welcome. Deutch is a powerhouse on the screen.
Palm Springs is a wholly original and hilarious take on the time-loop concept, fueled by the comedic chemistry of its two leads.
Prepare to have a great time with a thrilling action movie, full of well-directed fights and heroes that you’ll feel great rooting for.
Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen is a fantastic documentary about trans representation in film and TV.
Driveways is not a movie for high drama or transcendental revelations, but it’s a touching slice of life built with naturalistic writing and performances.
While not as perfect as Game Night, The Story of Fire Saga is a hilarious sendup of Eurovision and another great comedic turn from Rachel McAdams.
Here is a thoughtful, peculiar story, about two friends and a house, and the deep ties between them.
Exactly what I want out of a martial arts movie: practical action, a badass hero that can take a beating, no nonsense.